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SO WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU MEET IN YOUR 60’S AND IT IS LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT.

Well, you get engaged in 8 days and then look at each other and ask now what do we do?

Sharing a deep passion for animals, especially the underdogs and wanting to help them, we decided to create Weiler Woods for Wildlife. Using Dale’s wildlife sculptures and my love of writing, we are now on a wild (pun intended) adventure to spread the love for these misunderstood critters. But where should we begin? Which animal or plant should we focus on and how could we possibly help them? We searched high and low for a useful resource guide that offered both a better understanding of wildlife and how to protect them.

Not finding one, we created our own. The result is our website (an ongoing labor of love). We are excited to share the lessons we are learning, including some from the school of hard knocks, so you can blaze your own trail to become a champion for all that is wild.

CURIOUS ABOUT US?

Dale started sculpting in his late 40’s and never looked back. An artist, a navy pilot, an international consultant and an aerospace engineer all rolled into one.
Loti retired from insurance after forty years to pursue her love of wildlife and gardening. She is an avid wildlife advocate and native plant gardener. 

And proving it is never too late, we met in our 60’s at one of Dale’s art shows in our hometown. If you want to learn more about our love story, you can read our blog Falling in Love

Living on 3 acres in the foothills of Western North Carolina, we are working to transform our land into a wildlife haven. Learning as we go, we are removing invasive plants and replacing them with native plants.

Three water fountains/baths that Dale sculpted have been added to our landscape. One even has a cute little lizard carved into the top.

Working in his studio next to our house, Dale creates the beautiful art you see. Loti writes our blog (Loti’s Lens), curates the website and does most of the marketing.

 

Meanwhile, our dog Gibbs (and yes he is named for the NCIS character), tries to keep the bears, squirrels and raccoons in check. Luckily he is not very successful but has a blast trying.

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